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Sex Pays Penn Tuition

While students from Pennsylvania’s public universities are marching on Harrisburg to protest Corbett’s cuts in education funding [The Daily Collegian], students drowning in private college […]

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Newsflash: Most Artists Aren’t Rich

In today’s Daily News, Will Bunch hangs out with some recent Art Institute grads who are having trouble finding jobs in their field. The students […]

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JoePa’s Son Speaks Out Against Penn State

Scott Paterno, son of famed Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, took to the Rock the Capital webpage in support of Governor Corbett’s cuts to […]

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What’s to Know About Corbett’s Budget

No word yet if PA senate Democrats will soon flee to Delaware (surely they won’t go to Jersey?) or if protestors will be camping in […]

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Council Gets the Answer It Wanted

Couldn’t Have Seen This Coming. A few months after City Council kicked the DROP can down the road—by demanding a second study of the program’s […]

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Signs of Movement on West Market?

The Business Journal reported Friday that PMC Property Group purchased the building at 2040 Market Street, once site of AAA’s HQ. Also, a judge dismissed […]

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Rendell Declares Stimulus a Success

The governor says the federal stimulus program worked for PA, and led to jobs saved, taxes cut and unemployment benefits extended. He also admits that […]

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Cartoon Brett Mandel Patronizes Cartoon Michael Nutter

There is no one in this city who cares more about Philadelphia’s budget than impassioned tax reformer Brett Mandel. While the former candidate for city […]

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Tastykake Teeters

The Delco Times reports that, after a wave of setbacks—namely, the move to South Philly hasn’t saved as much money as expected—the 97-year-old Philly institution […]

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Online Shopping Rewards

‘Tis the season to shop, shop, shop. That is, I suppose, if you enjoy shopping, which I don’t. I loathe the process at any time […]

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Why Do We Vilify the Rich and Successful?

In spite of our current economic climate, I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately to the American Dream. Growing up North of the border, […]

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Squeezing and Shaking My Way to Manolo Blahniks

The holiday season is upon us, and many of us will be fortunate enough to get away for a much-deserved vacation. Maybe it’s off to […]

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Why I’m Not Pro-Choice

Life can be exhausting at times, overwhelming almost, as if one more major decision will make my brain explode. Too many choices are sometimes not […]